I am going to work with iFRED and plant a sunflower patch in our front yard!
Hey George - Good luck with your sunflower patch! If you need any tools you can visit our toolkit, http://www.ifred.org/ourwork/fieldforhope/activation. Thank you for supporting iFred and Field for Hope!
I planted in my sunny office window! Won't you join me?
Awesome kit - thanks for sharing and planting HOPE!
Melissa, that's an awesome kit for just $1!!
These are just my personal ones - Target. ;-). MeckLINK is planting a whole garden on May 31st! Press Release in draft form and will be going to SMA late this week.
Melissa that's a nice kit.Thank you for planting for this wonderful cause.!!!
Even though I'm not at home yet, my Hubby told me yesterday that the seeds he planted for me are already SPROUTING! Hope blossoms silently.
Carolyn - thanks so much for taking the Pledge to Plant! We hope you'll take pictures of your sunflower as it grows to share with us!
I have been planting sunflowers since 1999 - I look forward to watching them grow every year - hopefully this will be a great year for my seeds and they will be as beautiful as they have always been!!
The journey is long, the journey is hard, but in the end the journey is worth it. Never lose hope and remember with every down comes an up.
Will plant three sunflowers on Mother's Day with my daughter. Thanks for all your hard work and bringing such critically overlooked issues to light. :-)
Hey Amanda! I hope you got your sunflowers planted yesterday. Thank you so much for supporting Field for Hope. Make sure you take pictures as your sunflowers start to grow! We'd love to see them!
Going to the plant nursery this weekend to get our sunflowers for growing. My depression is a constant reminder of this entangling plague, which has had a grip on me as long as I've been alive. I hate this... (Sorry, in a funk right now). Thank you Kathryn and Mel for inviting me to be part of this. I like it.
When you think about it, unless there is something physically wrong that can be fixed, most of the rest of psychiatry is about being a sounding board and expecting the patient to find a reference from which that person works out a protocol of thought and actions that allow him to be able to get along with others and himself. That way, at least he may be productive or more productive in society. In other words, you learn to live with it, bubbling under the surfaces of consciousness, somewhere.